Thursday, September 14, 2006

Picadilly Jumper update

Thank you to the Station Supervisor who kindly wrote and informed me that the jumper was pulled out alive. So why the 5 hour delay? All the staff no doubt drinking dom perignon with the aforementioned jumper to celebrate his/her good fortune.

The supervisor did explain that lengthy delays are sometimes caused by body parts being caught up in the equipement eeeeeeeeewwwwwwww!!!!! Can we have a picture for those of us that have never seen a mangled jumper.

Wednesday, September 13, 2006

How long does it take to get a body off the tracks ?

The Picadilly line was closed for the best part of 5 hours yesterday because some inconsiderate person decided to jump. Whilst I feel deeply sorry that anyone is that unhappy to do such a thing whatever happened to sticking your head in the oven or od'ing on hailey's (hailey mills - pills). Now once they have decided to do that and inconvenience half of London how long does it take to bin em up and get rid? About 1/2 hour I would have thought and another half to get the trains going again.

Note to potential jumpers.

I know the tube is shit but dont top yourself over it. Start a blog !!!!!!!!!!!

The Waterloo and City Line is re-open - ish

So the marvellous Waterloo and City Line is re-open. Or is it?

At least 3 suspensions of service yesterday on its 1st day. Who is responsible? Who is accountable? Who gets fired. No one of course. What embarassing crap. Was'nt it tested? Still I suppose it is at least consistent with the appalling standards we have come to expect. If that was Paris the customers would have set fire to the fucking thing, but the sheep here are much to timid for that.

LU ......... You Wankers !!!!!!!!!!!!